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Category Archives: Mystery
I’m pleased to share with everyone Throwaways, the culmination of a project that I have been helping the author, Elliott Light, with. I love it when I have a great story to help my imagination really take hold when creating … Continue reading
ParasomniaBy JC BrattonGenre: Mystery? Thriller? Definitely a short storyRating: 3 Stars Fiction ABOUT THE BOOK Recent divorcée Alex Anderson suffers from hypnopompic hallucinations, parasomnias that take place between REM sleep and wakefulness. The hallucinations consist of rapid moving still images … Continue reading
H_NGM_N By JC Gatlin Genre: Mystery/Suspense Rating: 5 Stars ABOUT THE BOOK When newscaster Tori Younger learns that her childhood friend committed suicide, she has no interest in returning to her Florida home town to attend the services. Then cryptic … Continue reading
Justice Gone By N. Lombardi, Jr. Genre: Legal Thriller Earlier this year I featured Justice Gone in a Book Blitz blog for Sage’s Blog Tours. Today, I’m featuring this book for review. BOOK DESCRIPTION Justice Gone, a mystery/legal thriller, touches … Continue reading
Origin by Dan Brown Genre: Action/Adventure/Technothriller/Suspense My rating: 3 of 5 stars “Robert Langdon, Harvard professor of symbology and religious iconology, arrives at the ultramodern Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend a major announcement – the unveiling of a discovery that … Continue reading